Irish PM says EU was ‘blindsided’ by vaccine row and Brexit border arrangement became ‘collateral damage’


Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit border arrangements became “collateral damage” in the EU’s “nasty row” over COVID vaccines, Ireland’s prime minister has said.Read More

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